Ryan's Pet Supplies carries collars for a variety of training tasks. We have high-quality collars from brands like Coastal, Halti, Herm Sprenger, and Petsafe. Whether you are looking for bark control, no-pull, or high-quality prong collars, you can “Rely on Ryan’s”™ to have the training collars that you need to work successfully with your pet.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Here are some of the questions we get asked most often and their answers. Click on the question below to view the answer.
▼ What type of collar is best for dog training?
There are various types of collars to suit your dog training needs. To stop excessive barking in the house or yard, a bark collar may be a great option. Prong collars and halti collars may work well for dogs who pull on the walk. Each dog is different, so the key is to find the training collar that works best for you and your pup.
▼ Is it better to train a dog to walk with a collar or harness?
Some dogs and their owners find that training collars can greatly improve the quality of their walk experience. Standard harnesses are designed to allow and encourage pulling (think of snow dogs who wear harnesses to pull sleds). For dogs prone to tracheal damage, learning to walk on a harness may be the safest choice.
▼ Are dog training collars effective?
Dog training collars can be very effective when introduced and used correctly. We recommend working with a professional dog trainer to determine the best fit for your training goals.
▼ When can I start using a training collar on my dog?
You may utilize a training collar in conjunction with dog training. It’s best to introduce the training collar to your dog in the house first before using it outside. It is not recommended to use a training collar on a puppy under 4-6 months of age.